If you fancy one - or more! - of Samsung's latest flagship phones, here's what you can expect to pay.
You've probably already read about Samsung's new Galaxy S6 edge+ and Galaxy Note 5 smartphones. Call the Note 5 a phablet if you must.
Anyway, the company has now announced how much Australians can expect to pay for the new handsets.
Recommended retail prices are $1199 for the 32 GB Galaxy S6 edge+, or $1299 for the 64GB model. The Galaxy Note 5 is slightly cheaper at $1099.
All three models are expected to go on sale on 4 September.
If you prefer to buy your phones on a plan, Optus has announced its prices.
Monthly repayments for the Galaxy Note 5 are $25 on the $40 My Plan Plus, $19 on the $60 plan, $5 on the $80, and $0 if you need the $100 plan.
Similarly, the 32 GB Galaxy S6 edge+ adds $30, $24, $10 or $4 to the cost of your chosen plan.
Both the S6 edge+ and the Note 5 are Category 9 handsets, which means they provide the fastest 4G download speeds currently available.